Riverside FFA tests soil


Riverside FFA students took part in a soil evaluation contest the first week of October. Students evaluated soils in two separate categories: rural and urban. The educational activity was designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil to determine the soil’s greatest safe potential use for agriculture in rural areas or home sites and non-farm uses in urban environments. The Riverside FFA Chapter is an Ohio Hi-Point satellite program.

Riverside FFA students took part in a soil evaluation contest the first week of October. Students evaluated soils in two separate categories: rural and urban. The educational activity was designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil to determine the soil’s greatest safe potential use for agriculture in rural areas or home sites and non-farm uses in urban environments. The Riverside FFA Chapter is an Ohio Hi-Point satellite program.


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Riverside FFA students took part in a soil evaluation contest the first week of October. Students evaluated soils in two separate categories: rural and urban. The educational activity was designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil to determine the soil’s greatest safe potential use for agriculture in rural areas or home sites and non-farm uses in urban environments. The Riverside FFA Chapter is an Ohio Hi-Point satellite program.

Riverside FFA students took part in a soil evaluation contest the first week of October. Students evaluated soils in two separate categories: rural and urban. The educational activity was designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil to determine the soil’s greatest safe potential use for agriculture in rural areas or home sites and non-farm uses in urban environments. The Riverside FFA Chapter is an Ohio Hi-Point satellite program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/10/web1_Riverside-FFA-1.jpgRiverside FFA students took part in a soil evaluation contest the first week of October. Students evaluated soils in two separate categories: rural and urban. The educational activity was designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil to determine the soil’s greatest safe potential use for agriculture in rural areas or home sites and non-farm uses in urban environments. The Riverside FFA Chapter is an Ohio Hi-Point satellite program. Courtesy photo